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Friday, 05 January 2018 17:05

The story of Sa ri shi no hara

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Today, HKT48 member Sashihara Rino posted a Tweet that she likes a song called "Sarishi no Hara" (Distant Fields).

Sarishi no Hara is a popular vocaloid song which has reached the VOCALOID Hall of Legend (with over 1 million hits) by MikitoP, the song was uploaded on niconico at 4 October 2012, it was for Rib's 1st album "Rib on" which was released on 19 September 2012. Sarishi no Hara has many different versions by other artists, and there was a manga based on Sarishi no hara illustrated by CHRIS.

There is a rumour the song is related to Sashihara Rino. It is assumed this way because the song title might be an anagram for her name, music video is about a girl becoming an idol, sunflower as a significant symbol for the music video, and sunflower represents silent of love which may refer to AKB48's famous love-ban rule, moreover the release date was closed to the date of Sashihara Rino transferred to HKT48 from AKB48.

The author MikitoP did not response the rumour but released 2 sequels "47" (in 2014) and "Akaito" (in 2015) for Sarishi no Hara. 47 definitely is very interesting number for the rumour, anyway, it is just MikitoP's own business, unless... 


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Sashihara Rino's Twitter

MikitoP's Twitter

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